Sightsavers has embarked on a 10-year program to eliminate onchocerciasis,...

Sightsavers has embarked on a 10-year program to eliminate onchocerciasis, also known as river blindness, a leading cause of preventable blindness that is transmitted by the bite of the black simulium fly. Its first stop is in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where the disease is endemic, but it ...

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